Fed up with not being able to rise to the occasion when the pressure is on? Here’s your guide to performing at your best when it matters most.
You probably already know how powerful motivational and positive self-talk can be for swimming like a boss. Here’s a way to make your self-talk even stronger.
Worrying about how we are going to swim is normal. But how accurate do you think those worries turn out to be? As it turns out, not very.
For the swimmer who struggles with being consistently confident, there is a simple exercise they can do to get them focused on the right things. Here’s how.
You don’t become the fastest 100m butterflyer in history without swimming fast in practice. Here is a look at some of Sarah Sjostrom’s practices and training.
Alexander Popov is one of the greatest swimmers of all time. Here’s what you can learn from his relentless pursuit of perfection in practice.
How things go on race day is decided by the average of how your swim practices go. Here’s how grading your workouts will help you be more consistent.
How absurd and ambitious are your goals? Here’s a lesson from Caeleb Dressel’s epic performance at NCAA’s to reinforce why you should always be reaching.
At the Beijing Olympics Jason Lezak swam one of the most unreal races in swimming history. Here’s how he unleashed the power of competing to make it happen.
How did the greatest swimmer in history prepare on the day of his biggest performances? Here is what you can learn from Michael Phelps’ full race day routine.
Wanna take your swimming and your mindset to the next level this season? This mental training book for elite-minded swimmers will help you do just that.
Tough sets and workouts will always be hard. It’s how you mentally approach them that dictates just how hard you want to make them.
Bad practices happen to us all. Here’s how the fastest swimmer on the planet adjusts when things aren’t going his way at practice.
Level up your goal setting this season with this simple journaling exercise that will bring texture to your goals in the pool.
Performance anxiety and butterflies are a normal part of the competition experience. Here’s what swimmers need to know about being ready to rock on race day.